LATEST NEWS FROM RAINBOW PROPERTY
A 15 per cent drop in new rental properties being listed across more than 90 UK towns and cities in August has prompted fears that a lack of supply will see rental costs rise as landlords continue to waver over investing in buy-to-let as the effect of stamp duty and other tax changes kick in. While the UK rental market typically sees a slowdown in available property over the summer, this year a rollercoaster market has seen sharp rises in the number of homes available in July make way for drops of almost 40 per cent in some parts of the UK last month.
Rainbow Property Letting based in Falmouth are pleased to announce that James Coleman has joined them as a full time Lettings Negotiator. Originally from Somerset, James has been a letting agent for three years and has experience of working for both franchised and independent agents.
Director Garrin Webb commented that “in an industry where service is everything and where you need to offer something different James certainly does that. Our company is about vibrancy, energy and enthusiasm and James offers an injection of all these attributes. He is by far the best young agent we have come across in more than ten years of being in the property industry. He has the lovely mix of youthful exuberance combined with maturity beyond his years – we expect Landlords and tenants to love him!”
Although only established at the beginning of 2015 Rainbow Property are already closing in on the management of more than 200 properties. James has joined an established team of experienced agents Paul Beevers, Garrin Webb, Richard Margetts, Casey Smith and Claire Palmer. Rainbow specialise in residential property letting in Falmouth, Truro, Camborne and Redruth, Helston and The Lizard.
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